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lauren, alex, lisa foster, hank wilson, lesley, jason lee, and brendan monaghan. [applause] those are some of the folks -- those are just some of the folks that really made sfpark happen. i hope you have a chance tonight to meet and congratulate them. these incredibly dedicated, hard-working people. i also want to especially acknowledged the tma'mta's cfo. [applause] without her vision and strength, we almost certainly would not be here tonight to celebrate sfpark alongside these other achievements. thank you. thank you for this honor. [applause] >> let's hear it for the sfpark team. [applause] >> that ends the awards, but the bar is open. let's give one big round of applause for our sponsors, our award winners, and all of our friends and family. see you next time for the 33rd annual. come and experience lafayette park and enjoy the people, picnic and sunshine. this is a lovely place to take an afternoon stroll with your loved one hand in hand. located at got and sacramento street in the middle of pacific heights on top of the city's steep rolling hills, lafayette park offers a gr
... blanca ---lo invito a ver las imagenes del dia... take pkg video 1 --en los angeles, jason lee se encontraba viendo una persecusion policiaca en su cuarto de hotel cuando se dio cuenta que las sirenas se comenzaron a escuchar mas y mas cerca de el. --no paso mucho tiempo cuando el hombre se percato de que la persecusion sucedia afuera de su ventana. --eventualmente todo termino 2 horas despues y el conductor fue arrestado. video 2 --en suecia, un tren se estrello contra un edificio de apartamentos. --la policia dice que una mujer de limpieza se robo las llaves del tren y termino impactandose contra el complejo. --afortunadamente los residentes no resultaron heridos pero si la ladrona, las autoridades investigan como fue que se pudo llevar el tren. video 3 --en inglaterra, un enorme barco se hundio tras chocar con otra embarcacion y 8 personas fueron rescatadas despues del accidente. --los oficiales ahora estan preocupados por el daÑo al medioambiente que el barco hundido causara a su alrededor por que ste cargaba 200 toneladas de combustible en su tanque. cesar recuerde que conti
, supervisors. my name is jason lee and i'm with the sfmta. this morning i'll go over the two agreements comparing side by side the basic provisions of each of them. as maybe you're aware, the fast pass agreement applies to trips taken on bart within san francisco using the muni adult fast pass. >> excuse me, sir. is this part of the document that was delivered to us this morning? >> it's included in the letter that mr. rifkin sent you. this is stand alone in a little bit different format. same content. >> can we make one comment? this is the letter itself is nine-pages full of numbers. i think we all can digest things pretty quickly, but it was e-mailed to us this morning. and so for us to honestly have a chance to look at this and digest it and kind of come to a thought process about how we think about these things, i think we need it well in advance of the morning of an 11 o'clock meeting. just a comment to that. it's really unacceptable from our point of view. >> i apologize for that. so, we have two agreements of fast past agreement in which we pay bart for people using the adult fa
access -- is absolutely right. >> lee -- reed hundt and blair levin on c-span two. >> this week on "q&a," jason brennan discusses his book, "libertarianism: what everyone needs to know.">> when did you first learn about liberta rianism? >> it was back in a high school class. my economics teacher recommended i read this book called, "economics in one lesson." the idea was to not just look at the intended consequences of the political policy but look at the unforeseen consequences on the side. that was a transformative moment for me. it came down to one high school teacher showing the one book. >> what did you do from then on? >> it has always been an interest of mine. i started reading john locke and karl marx. i had not encountered -- i did not realize john locke was a kind of libertarian. i took a lot of philosophy class is. i continued to study these issues. also, the challenges to them. >> how many questions do you ask in this book? >> 105. >> oxford university press has a series called what everyone needs to know. with the tea party movement, some of which is libertarian, some is
and have. lee marvin. mel gibson. this is my installment and my "parker" is jason stathum. >> i wanted you to weigh in on a conversation happening sort of society wide. you're the president of the director guilds of america and associates met with the administration to talk about the connection between violence in the media and violence in our society. and i just wanted to sort of see if you see any connection there or what your take is on that topic. >> i don't think there's any studies that show a connection between entertainment, thing that is are on the screen, and what happens in situations in society. there are lots of things people can theorize about. face it. if we have guns in society, people are going to use them. and to say that, oh, they were driven to it by entertainment, i just don't happen to agree with and i'd like to see the scientific evidence to prove it. listen. my film is about criminals. all right? it's truth in advertising. it's about a career criminal. when you see the film, is there violence in it? yes. is there violence among criminals? yes. but in reality, i thin
rig >> it's "live with kelly and michael." today, from the new comedy "identity thief," jason bateman. and he place sherlock holmes in "elementary," jonny lee miller. plus, your comments and questions up the inbox. all next on the emmy-award winning "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] announcer: here are kelly ripa ! [cheers and applause] ♪ kelly: hi! hello! hello! michael: exciting! kelly: thursday, january 31, 2013.
-- we're doing our morning devotions. >> oh, how are you, kathie lee? >> hello, jason. >> hi, jason. >> nice to see you guys. i thought we were giving up alcohol? >> the show starts at 10:00. what time is it? 8:35? >> we have another hour and a half. >> there we go. >> just a little something. uh-huh. >> never for an entire month. we just want to make that clear. we just said for an entire month on the air. >> you didn't give the details. >> we didn't sign anything. >> no. >> tell me about this room. we understand a lot of gossip goes on here. >> how high your pants are. >> laura takes care of us. >> they're in here talking, talking about the guys between matt, al and willie, who is the biggest diva in the makeup chair? >> david gregory. >> david gregory? >> by far. >> why david? >> don't even ask about his brush. please. if you try to use it, he will hurt you. >> hairspray. >> he has a special brush? >> oh, yes. oh, yes. and nobody -- back same spot. keeps trying. >> you just finished up your morning meeting, like i was saying. i know you're dedicating the entire hour to exercise.
's financial reporter jason brooks. >>> bragging rights at stake for a game day wager between san francisco mayor ed lee and the packers' mayor. >> willie brown and phil matier are with us. >> do you a sweet seat for the game? >> i have been invited by the mayor to join him in suite 66 on saturday. and i don't know whether i will or not. >> oh. oh. oh. you don't know whether you're going to go to the play-off game or not? >> well, if you see my tickets on ebay, you will know that i have made my decision. >> and you get a good price for them these days. >> absolutely. >> you know what the numbers are? that would be tempting. would be. [ laughter ] >> somebody hand you two tickets, my first stop might be ebay. but what do you think of these wagers between the two mayors? you see this thing? michelle, you must have picked this up. green bay has bet us a bottle wisconsin wine and cheese occurred. can't wait to win kurd. >> who wants wisconsin wine? >> what do you do with these things? >> with that lack of imagination, are you kidding me? nobody who
your household. and voted no. shelby, rubio, grassley, lee, paul, and some bumped the party leadership and voted on households. and no, you saw jason chaffetz and goldberg. welcome back to hannity. >> always good to be with you, sean. >> my first question, how is it possible that we got to this point the final hour all the drama? how is it possible and no spending cuts, none, zero, cbo estimate 4 trillion dollar price tag? >> well, it's because the promise that was made by minority leader john boehner two and a half years ago that we would follow regular order if we were given the majority, that we would not bring a bill to the floor that had not gone through committee, been amended, been debated, gone to the floor and been amended and debated and gone to the senate, if it didn't match ours, go to conference. we didn't do that process and as a result we got a deal that ended up not cutting any money and we're still going to spend over a trillion dollars and when we spend a trillion dollars over what we're bringing in, then spending left for our children. i've got two days to see all th
of the committee to whom secretary clinton will testify today. utah congressman jason chaffetz. wolf blitzer, dr. sanjay gupta is with us. model and mogul kimora lee simmons is our guest and peter yost will join us. wednesday, january 23rd. "starting point" begins right now. >>> good morning, welcome, everybody. starting point this morning, it's cold. bitter, blistering deadly cold. four deaths linked to the bitter coll snap hitting the upper midwest, mid-atlantic and new england right now. police and people in some areas bracing for the coldest day in two years. bundling up to protect their skin from subzero windchill. so cold in fargo, north dakota, that a reporter was able to hammer a nail with a banana. i am not making that up. jennifer delgado. >> not lip syncing either. >> not lip syncing this morning. >> very cold outside. once again, talking about the cold air in place from the upper midwest toward new england. still in some parts minnesota and north dakota. we'll see windchill values dropping to minus 35. effecting the mid-atlantic and new england will take it hard as well. windchill va
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